The White House clarified on Wednesday that it still recognizes Juan Guaido as interim head of Venezuelabut he ruled out his invitation to top of the americas Next week in Los Angeles (USA) because not all countries in the region share this vision.
“The position of the host is important, but we also want to facilitate a broad regional conversation and make sure that we integrate all perspectives,” said Juan Gonzalez, senior Latin American adviser to US President Joe Biden.
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Gonzalez emphasized that US ‘continues to recognize Juan Guaido as interim president’who has supported him since 2019 to lead a dialogue that leads Venezuela to “free elections”, but admitted that in the region “there are governments with a different vision”, he consulted on this matter.
The government of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela was also not invited to the summit, as did the executive branch led by Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua, because Washington does not consider them as democratic regimes.
While that, The United States has not yet indicated whether it will eventually invite Cubaa country whose presence was requested by the Mexican President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, to attend the secret meeting.
With less than a week left until the summit kicks off, Gonzalez explained that the White House will announce the final list of guests “soon,” and noted that Biden “personally wants the president of Mexico” to be present at the event.
We had very respectful conversations with Mexico and the Mexican President, who asked Cuba to attend the summit. Biden’s adviser said the United States and Mexico are working very closely on many aspects.
The goal of the United States in this event Conclusion of a regional agreement on migrationalthough other issues will also be addressed, such as The economy, the climate crisis, the state of democracies, or the COVID-19 pandemic.
The view Washington will take to the top is that irregular immigration is not just a question of the US-Mexico border, but a “regional problem that affects nearly all countries” in the Americas, and all nations will seek to assume their “responsibility,” Gonzalez said. (YO)